Dr. John Preskill is a pioneer in the field of quantum computing, and in this video he joins Dr. Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon.com, as they discuss the current state of quantum computing.
Google is on a path to build a useful, error-corrected quantum computer within the decade. This will accelerate solutions for some of the world’s most pressing problems, like sustainable energy, and unlock new scientific discoveries, like more helpful AI.
The IBM Quantum Summit kicks off with a perspective from Darío Gil, IBM SVP and Director of Research on the journey of IBM Quantum. Darío reveals IBM’s biggest industry-defining announcements of the year and provides a glimpse into the remarkable… Read More »The IBM Quantum Computer Journey
In his tech predictions for 2021, Dr. Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon, predicted this will be the year in which quantum computing starts to blossom. Amazon is powering this transformation by democratizing access to quantum hardware for developers through Amazon… Read More »A sneak peek into the future with quantum computing
Delbert Murphy joins Scott Hanselman to show how quantum-inspired algorithms mimic quantum physics to solve difficult optimization problems. Quantum-Inspired optimization (QIO) takes state-of-the-art algorithmic techniques from quantum physics and makes these capabilities available in Azure on conventional hardware, and callable… Read More »Quantum-inspired algorithms and the Azure Quantum optimization service
As shared by Dr. Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon, 2021 will be the year in which Quantum Computing will start to blossom. Amazon is powering this transformation by democratizing access to Quantum Hardware for developers through Amazon Braket. Singapore is… Read More »A sneak peek into the future with Quantum Computing
Dr. Jay Gambetta discusses IBM’s approach to quantum information processing systems. In this talk, I will introduce three key metrics for quantum circuits – quality, capacity and variety, where the quality is how well the quantum circuits are implemented in… Read More »Quantum circuits, and the future of quantum technology in the cloud